Simply Me TV and Indoor Football Sign Deal

The
American Indoor Football Association (AIFA) Principals John Morris and Michael
Mink announces the league has signed a three-year national television
broadcast, mobile phone broadcast, and Web cast licensing agreement with Simply
4Me Incorporated (‘http://www.simplyme.tv’).
Simply 4Me Inc. is paying the AIFA $2.5 million dollars for the exclusive media
and publishing rights.

Simply Me
TV will nationally broadcast to 50 television affiliate markets from

Anaheim,

Calif. to

Baltimore,

Md.
The broadcast consist of one game per week during the AIFA’s 14 game schedule,
to include playoffs and a July 2008 championship game.

The

New York corporation,
Simply 4Me Inc., is an interactive broadband network that produces and licenses
content for its mobile phone, satellite, broadcast and Internet platforms.
Simply plans to showcase its behavioral psychographics engine designed to get
specific results for national advertisers. Simply 4Me Inc. was founded by
Krystol Cameron in 1995 and maintains offices in

New
Milford,

Connecticut;

New York, and

Los
Angeles.

The
American Indoor Football Association was established in 2006 and is based in

Baltimore, Md. AIFA teams are located in 11 states across
the

United States.
American Indoor Football Association is a professional indoor football league.
AIFA games are played indoors in arenas across the country. The Teams play
eight vs. eight football on a 50-yard turf field. The AIFA was formed to offer
young men a chance to play high-level football and the ability to excel to the
NFL, AFL or CFL. The AIFA offers fans “Fast Paced Family Fun” and the
chance for affordable family entertainment. The AIFA’s signature red, white and
blue footballs are given away at every game, and fans meet with players on the
field after the games to further their family experience.